Moyen Format SINAR
Chambre numérique arTec - Shooting avec le nouveau "arTec" Sinar et un dos
Sinarback eMotion 75 LV
Voir le making of… "arTec Making-of"
So today (Feb. 24) I had an assignement to shoot the new interiors of the Bordeaux 60… A great and forseen oportunity to -enfin !- try the arTec in real true condition of shooting…
I felt I had to quickly processed some files to show you that incredibly easy camera…
A bit too quick though, they ares ome issues, but still worth seing imho.
Of course I had to shoot safely (user's fault!) for the client first. And I got the arTec out of the bag, when I was sure I already had the good stuff in the box.
The shoot did start at 9 am, and I could start with the arTec at around 5pm. Didn't take that long to shoot 2 series, here is the 1st one.
The arTec on tripod and RRS head. Tripod not moved, camera not moved either.
Rodenstock 28mm HR lens - Sinarback eMotion 75 LV
All kind of light… :-(
3 images shot horizontal shift -13 - 0 - and + 13 on the arTec scale.
Same vertical shift for the 3 shots
Lens: Sinaron Digital HR 4.5/28 CEF
ƒ16 - 0.5 sec - focus distance: 2.5 meters (aprox 8 feet) - 200 ISO
Used the "White Shading" technique but my opal reflector has to be enhanced (I don't have the one from Sinar)…
Created DNGs with exPosure and then processed the images in C1.
Stich was made in 8 bit (no time!) in CS4.
Below is the layout plan of the Bordeaux 60 showing position of the camera and angles of shots
Full resolution (10000 pixels x 5000 pixels (Zoomify):
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All these setings aren't really a problem, one by one, just the combination of all… You don't want to forget one;-)
Plus that damned Romain turning around the camera like a bee around a pot of honey! (to shoot the making of in video)
I just didn't check, once more, the position of the camera/tripod…
I don't think it's worth skewing now, I like to show the way it was/is…
Reverse view, stitched with autopano: full resolution (10000 pixels x 5000 pixels (Zoomify)